In addition to the "Policies for Use of the Pool" below, minus all policies regarding dates, times, guests and private use of the pool deck, the following "NEW" Pool Rules/Process for Entering are effective 30 July 2020.
Pool Rules/Process for Entering
NOTE: When able to open, the new pool hours are, Thursday and Friday 10:30am-7:30pm, Weekends 11:30am-7:30pm.
Please see the new Addendum to the Pool and Clubhouse Rules. Please note that all rules are subject to change as we navigate this new process. This year we are limiting to pool use to registered occupants only. No guests will be permitted. There has been some confusion since the waiver includes guest(s). The waiver was created to be as inclusive as possible. This eliminates the need to sign a new waiver if there are changes in policies.
Since this will be completely different process for everyone, below are the new requirements when entering the pool area. To use the pool, you must have a signed waiver on file and must have obtained your pool pass to use the pool.
Things to Bring With You to the Pool
- Bring your own pen to sign-in/out (pens will NOT be provided, and you must sign-in and out)
- Bring a cooler with plenty of water/drinks and snacks. Water will not be provided, and the kitchen is not available for storing of items.
- Bring your own chair if you are able.
- Bring a towel. The cleaning products available contain bleach and will stain.
When Entering the Pool Gates
A table will be set-up just inside the gate. On this table you will find a sign-in book, red cards for monitoring pool capacity (which in total for the pool and deck is 40), cleaning supplies, and hand sanitizer.
- Prior to entering the pool gate, you must put on your face covering/mask. Your nose and mouth must be completely covered.
- Take a red card, if cards are not available that means the pool is at maximum capacity and access will not be granted. If we find that this becomes an issue, we will then go to a reservation system.
- Show your pool pass to the lifeguard.
- You must sign-in when entering and exiting the pool. This is a state requirement, so no exceptions. Bring your own pen.
First and Last Name Date Time In Time Out
Lisa Shank 8/1/2020 11:30 pm 2:30 pm
- If you are using tables and chairs, that are the property of the Enclave, you must clean them before and after use.
When Exiting the Pool
- Wear your mask/face covering.
- You must log the time you are leaving.
- Clean your red card and place it in the bin.
- Clean all surfaces that you have touched.
Policies for Use of the Pool
The pool and pool deck areas are open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, subject to adjustment by the Master Board. The daily hours of operation are 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 11:30 am to 7:30 pm Saturday and Sunday. These hours are subject to change as needed.
Residents and their guests are the only people authorized to use the pool facilities and they do so at their own risk. Permitted residents (those eligible residents who live with Age Qualified Resident owners/tenants) may use the facilities, but they may not bring guests. The Association, the Board of Directors and/or the On-Site Manager assumes no responsibility for any accident or injury in connection with such use, or, for any loss or damage to personal property. These rules will be assessed periodically by the Board of Directors and possibly revised as events warrant.
- All users must sign in.
- Guests may be admitted, free of charge, but must be authorized and accompanied at all times by a resident. A maximum of eight (8) guests are allowed per household at any one time.
- Residents are permitted to use the pool deck next to the clubhouse, hereinafter designated as the "patio", before, during and after the pool season for social gatherings open to the community. Notice of such gatherings must be coordinated with the On-Site Manager prior to the event. Single residents may bring one (1) guest to such events.
- Lifeguards are not baby-sitters. Residents are responsible for their children/grandchildren at all times.
- Children who are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper or diaper covered by tight fitting waterproof pants in either pool.
- Lifeguards do not monitor the wading pool. Parents or Grandparents must be present at all times and are responsible for their children/grandchildren.
- Alcohol may not be consumed on the pool deck unless part of a community party. Glass drink containers are strictly prohibited! Food may be consumed in the pool area, but residents are required to clean up after themselves and properly dispose of all trash. The lifeguard will have tools available for this if needed, but cleanup is the resident's responsibility.
- Pets are prohibited in the pool area.
- Smoking is prohibited in the clubhouse and the pool area.
- Audio and video devices may be played only with headphones.
- Residents are responsible for their guests. Running, roughhousing, and loud play around the pool are strictly forbidden.
- No diving or jumping into the pool is permitted.
- Chairs may not be reserved for persons who leave the pool area or who are expected to arrive later.
- Proper respect and cooperation is due to the lifeguards, who are to provide for the safe and orderly operation of the pool.
- Persons using the Facilities are expected to dispose of trash and debris in appropriate receptacles.
- Pool hours will be posted at the pool. The pool may be closed at any time due to weather (rain, thunder, lightning, etc.), breakdown of equipment, operational defects or other unavoidable causes.
- Persons with open lesions or sores are not permitted to use the pool.
- The lifeguard/certified pool operator may demand that anyone leave the pool area if the rules are not being followed.
- Appropriate clothing is required.
- The pool has two (2) lap lanes. These lanes are reserved for residents and adult guests only.
- Residents and guests are not permitted to adjust or otherwise handle pool equipment, such as skimmers. If problems with the equipment are observed, such problems are to be reported to the lifeguard and/or on-Site Manager. If the problems are not corrected within a reasonable time, the resident should notify the HOA Board.